The arrival of a new chef at this sleek, brick-clad modern French canteen has heralded a fleshed-out menu that mixes entrenched bistro classics with a few Med-influenced dishes such as spelt risotto with mushrooms & truffle oil or razor clams with salsa verde. But, if you’re after moules-frites or boeuf bourguignon, Bloody French won’t disappoint, & desserts of tarte Tatin or crème brûlée prove this friendly eatery hasn’t strayed far from its roots. Weekend brunch is popular with locals (including French expats), who pile in for the two- or five-course ‘formules’. Single-origin coffees & an interesting tea selection help to lure the daytime crowd, while the no-corkage policy from Sunday to Tuesday makes bringing your own booze an attractive proposition. Also check out the cheeky cocktail list.
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